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iowa democrats are waking up this morning th less than a week until theyy theyck off the presidentntl nominating process with their first in the nation caucus. caucus.cbs 2 this morning co- anchor kevin barry is live in des moines this morning after being at the final town hall event last nht at drake university. university.by fararhe momo uncomfortable question of the night went to martin o'malley. the cnn moderator said that o'malley m mht be the most imimrtant person on stage because he is trying to get
considered in a lot of caucuses across the state. since o'malley is polling so low - - ere's the chance he doesn't get the 15 percent minimum support in the first round of voting at caucus sites, which would mean he wouldn't be an option for the second round of voting. it's just the way the democratic caucuses work - but supporters who their second choice should be - he told them to hold strong and push back again the polls like iowan's have done in the past. 1:05:25 - "the beauty of the people of iowa is they're not intimidated by polls, they're not intimidated by pundits, and they have this birthright, they feel, top upsetethe apple cart and with onon three of us in the democratic primary, there's only one of us who can still upset the apple cart, come on iowa, right?" right?"the republicans have their final debate back in des moines on thursday.then, iowan's caucus right after the weekend on monday. in des moines - kevin barry - cbs 2
nenethis morning, a new quinnipiac poll from likely iowa caucus goers was just released minutes ago.it shows donald trump in first place at 31-percent bubujust with a two percent lead over texas senator ted cruz.this is virtually unchanged from results of a january 11-th poll from quinnipiac. good news if you'll be heading out to caucus in cedar rapids. park cedar rapids is offering free parking for those attending caucus events at the double tree downtown.the free parking begins at five-30 but is *only available for the five seasons and convention center ramps.anyone arriving before 5:30 will be charged at the normal rate.on-street parking rates will still be enforced. thisisorning some angryry parents are now celebrating after they convinced the cedar rapids school board to delay action on a change in the calendar. calendar.the district is proposing that classes start two hours * late evy monday morning starting n nt fall.the
teachers to receive more professional training to better educate their students. but several parents voiced concerns at the school board meeting.they say it takes away some of the most productive learning hours of the day, may require some working parents to find daycare and disrupts family's morning routine. slip " ititill also be difficult for the children i think they're used to this time of day or in the morning." " we are on a slippery slope if you think this schedule is benefit the children, i plead for you to do what's best for the children. " after hearing concerns, the cedar r pids school boardrd tabled the late start issue. members say making time for teacher training is critical, but they want to make sure they have the best possible plan that doesn't hurt students and their families before they vote. a burglary in washington has four people now behind bars.
sheriff's office tells cbs 2 news they raided a home on north iowa avenue.james estes and bobbie jean milford were taken into custody on burglary charges.deputies arrested two other people in the house for possessing meth. an iowa city mother is just starting a 25-year prison sentence for the death of her son. son. mireya balderas was charged in the death of 20-month-old marcus in 20-12.balderas entered what's called an alford plea - where you do not admit guilt but recognize that the prosecution has enough evidence to support it's case against you.she made that plea in october and was sentenced monday.her boyfriend, jorge perez, is already serving a 50- year-sentence in the toddler's death. at the state capitol, state senators are hearing from iowa's medicaid director about aboutplans to privatize the system in about a month. critics say the plan will do little to save the state money, and is moving too fast--causing confusion and even lapses in coverage for some iowans.those in charge of putting it all together
to make sure everything goes smoothly--including communication training for the managed care companies. "in addition t tthat cocounication plan there has been a series of informational lettters out to providors and we've also been developing scripts that align in all of our call centers to make sure all the information is clear. and are soon to be launching some social media platforms for iowa health link that have not been laucnhed before but we will be launching those shortly as well." well."state senator liz mathis, a vocal critic of the plan, says patients are still getting patients are the plan, says vococ critic of liz mathis, a a ate senator state senator liz mathis, a vocal critic of the plan, says patients are still getting conflicting information about whether iowans can keep their current doctors. iowa's medicaid director pointed out a 30-day grace period. even if a patitit's doctor isn't included in the privatization plan, they can still see them for a month without fear of losing coverage. a service ght here in the corridor that helps older adults and people with disabilities are still trying to deal with federal budget cuts that was made just a few years ago. ago.c-b-s 2 reporter stephanie
stephanie?kelly, services like horizons meals on wheels in cedar rapids are still feeling the pinch of those federal cuts. cuts.seniors make up one third of the community.they provide meals for eleven hundred meals for home bobod seniors a dada they provide fresh healthy meals to homebound seniors. many of the seniors who rely on the service are medicaid dependent.the director of community health and nutrition, sofia mehaffey, explained how fundraising has helped fill that void sot: 02;05;46 "share the love is afundraiser that we do annually. share the love we provide meals to people in the area who are willing to purchase a meal. a meal is provided to an area senior through the meal on wheels program." program."now if you would like to learn more about the share the love fundraiser and how you can contribute visit the link on our website, c-b-s two iowa dot com. stephanie johnson...cbs 2 news
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new taste -- look no further.a new, limited edition craft beer is bottled and is ready for distribution. distribution.d only 144 people cananet their hands on it.cbs 2 news reporter dora miller has more information on the mastermind behind this project --in the aman. amanas. not everyone gets to come downstairs and see where all the magic happens here at millstream brewing co., but today we got a chance to as part of a collaborative special release. release. "this is where it all starts, we get about a semi load of grain every six weeks." a lot of time and manpower goes into making beer. beer. "we're very, very labor intensive here as you can see." on monday, they had extra
labor. "we're putting them to work and they think it's great, we think it's great because we don't have to do it."when millstream and cedar ridge combine efforts...magic happens. happens."we've never done a special release like this." this." "with all the new craft distilleries and craft breweries that are popping up in iowa and around the country, there's an opportunity for us to create any number of new products." new special release products like 144 bottles of shockalada bock -- aged for three months in a bourbon barrel.the creative mind behind this operation -- b bd -- a manager at hyvee. hyvee. "you're as innovative as you can be creative, in this case brad's just got all kinds of ideas." ideas.""the newest thing is aging beer in bourbon barrels, so i thought it'd be a good idea."and w`en it comes to bottling, three's never a crowd. crowd. "anybody who wanted to come help bottle put their
drawing." "it's awesome, i've never done anything like this before..."it'll be worth every sip once we get to pop that open."- open."he shockalada bock a chocolate bock in german, so we figured chocolatetevalentine's." valentine's.": this limited edition beer will be availabe on february 12th, but you'll have to go to wilson hyvee to reserve it, but they're telling us it's going pretty quickly to make sure you get yours soon and i'll tell you what, it's pretty good. covering the corridor in amana, it's now ononhis morning.and if you're e it's degrees. degrees.when we degrees. degrees. it's and if you're in it's and if you're in morning.on this it's now on this morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.when we return...the link a new study is making between childhood obesity and sleep.
studieieinvolving children and their weight are not yielding encouraging results.and what's worse -- kids are setting themselves up for health problems later in lifi even earlier.holly firfer reports has re in today's health minute. minute. in 2012 more than one third of children in the u.s. were overweight or even obese.a recent study in the journal pediatrics found that a contbuting facacr is lack f slslp."sleep is important for so many things. ranging from good growth, helping your immune system, art health, good behavior and the ability to focus and concentrate and learn well in school. not enough sleep may mean not suppressing the appetite and making you want to eat more, taking in more calories, as well as carbobydrates in general.and that can cause a whole host of health problems.s. "too much eating eventually along with obesity eventually
disease, high blood pressure, abetes, so everything's interrelated, we want everything to be in balance and that includes your nutrition, your sleep and your exercise. and so we do recommend that kids get the right amount of sleep recommended for their age, at least an hour of exercise a day, and to eat a healthy diet. so how much sleep do children need?according to the cdc: newborns should be sleeping on average 16-18 hours a day. preschool aged kids, 11-12 hours.and school aged children shouou sleep about 10 hours a night.and doctors say one more thing -- make sure to monitor what your children are eating. no amount of sleep can battle the bulge if they're not getting a heaeahy diet.for today's health minute i'm holly firfer. according to the c-d-c, obesity has affected nearly 13- million children and adolescents in the past decade. it's right now it's degrees in still to come..the revelation being made while the search for missing inmates continues in california.
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there are those who say we cannodefeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone.
if we listen to our hearts. and that jrney begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night. thank you. final weather- doppler radar is mainly clear with a few flurries this morninga&- we do have snow-covered roads thisismorning so be careful..- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa& -temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly cloudy conditions for the day
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is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down plned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby.... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keeee america safe... and build a stronger economy... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting f you, and with your support, i'm going to d diver. i'm hillary clinton
that.hillary clinton is once again, bringing in some star power to campaign for her. sports icon billie jean king will speak
to volunteers and suppororrs at three stops today, t tt includes des moines, ames and iowa city. king will specifically talk about issues conerning iowa women and the l-g-b-t community. also stopping in iowa city today, republican front-runner donald trump.he's holding a rally at the university of iowa field house.trump's event will begin at 7-thirty but doors will open at 5-thirty. a few other g-o-p candidates will be in the corridor today too. too.rick santorum is hosting a "righthto life" presidential forum here in cedar rapids. that event starts at 4 this afternoon at the beems public library.and carly fiorina is hosting a town hall in iowa city at the university club on melrose avenue.that begins at 11 this morning. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.why the corridor's largest school district is now putting a major schedule change on the back burner.
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here's a look at some of eastern ioio's top stories -- on this morning... a north liberty organization is working, to help a local blind man, while remembering his best friend.todd bevans' service dog arvo was diagnosed with brain cancer just last week. his family made the difficult decision to put the dog down.now, the lions club
drive to help pay for arvo's vets bills and to help cover the cost of a new w rvice g. the group is looking to raise about 25-thousand dollars. dollars.we've placed a link to their go fund me page on the all new cbs 2 iowa dot com. also in north liberty, crewsws will take e down water tower one, which will cause some traffic headaches.main street will be closed just south of its intersection of crry street.the work is expected to be completed by 6 this evening. drivers are asked to use caution around the work site, and should really find an alternate route. and the first grandstand show for the 20-16 iowa state fair has been announced. dierks bentley will be taking the stage monday august 15-th.new this year- the iowa state fair decided to stagger when tickets will go on sale. you can get yours for dierks bently at ten a-m saturday february 13th. good morning, it's on this morning, and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...
the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing uagainst the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it tas to get ery part of the job done. m hillary clinton, and i approve this message. welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______
new this hour, hour,a new poll from likely iowa caucus goers was just released by quinnipiac university this morning.it shows morning.it shows donald trump in first place at 31-percent t just with a two percent lead over texas senator ted cruz.this is virtually unchanged from results of a january 11-th caucuses are nexexmonday. this morning some angry parents are now celebrating after they convinced the
cedar rapids school board to delay action on a change in the calendar. calendar.the district is proposing that classesesstart two hours s late every monday morning starting next fall.the extra time would be for teachers to receive more professional training to better educate their students. but several parents voiced concerns at the e hool board meeting.they say it takes away some of the most productive learning hours of the day, may require some working parents find d!ycare and disrupts family's morning routine. slip " it will also be
think they're used to this time of day or in the morning." " we are on a slippery slope if you think this schedule is to benefit the children, i plead for you to do what's best for the children. " after hearing concerns, the cedar rapids school board tabled the late start issue. members say making time for teacher training is critical, but they want to make sure they
have the best possible plan that doesn't hurt students and their families before they vote. a burglary in washington has four people now behind bars. bars.the washington county sheriff's office tells cbs 2 news they raided a home on north iowa avenue.james estes and bobbie jean milford were taken into custody on burglary charges.deputies arrested two other people in the house for possessing meth. an iowa ci mother is just starting a 25-year prison sentence for the death of r son. son. mireya balderas was charged in the death of 20-month-old marcus in 20-12.balderas
alford plea - where you do not admit guilt but recognize that the prosecution has enough evidence to support it's case against you.she made that plea in october and was sentenced monday.her boyfriend, jorge perez, is already serving a 50- year-sentence in the toddler's death. at the state capitol capitola house panel is now moving forward with a bill that would remove the age limit for children to use a hand-gun under parent supervision. supervision.right now, the law says a child must be at least 14 years old to handle a gun buthere is no age limit for a minor to possess a rifle or shotgun with consent from their parent.a similar bill last session received little support in the democratically controlled senate.this is just one of several bills in the house this session that propose expanding gun rights. right now, gun sales and applications to carry weapons are on the rise across the state.accordinto the national instant criminal background check system, nearly 26-thousandndfirearm background checks were
month.the agency says december had the highest number of checks in all of 20-15.many customers cite the president's executive action on gun control as their reason for buying a gun. medical experts are now focusing on risk factors factorsfor women relating to heart trouble..the first of- its-kind report was recently released by the american heart association. association.the study found women often have different causes of heart attack than men.that includes the type of plaque buildup that causes problele.researchers even found the signs of a heart attack are often different between the two sexes. there is usually discomfort somewhere in the chest area, and or in the neck, the jaw the back the upper stomach, it can be in either arm or shoulder they found the risk from conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure was even higher amononwomen. now here's some heart news that might cheer you up. up.a new analysis of data found people who ate the most chocolate over 11 years had a
and stroke.experts say it's because of the flavonoids, which are also found in tea and wine.now don't go running for those milk chocolate chip you've hidden from yourself i i the cucuard...doctors say like so many other things the key -- is moderation. a service right here in the corridor that helps older adults and people with disabiliti are still trying to deal with federal budget cuts that was made just a few years ago. ago.c-b-s 2 reporter stephanie johnson has more on these cuts, stephanie? stephanie?kelly, services like horizons meals on wheels are still feeling the pinch of those cuts. cuts.seniors make up one-third of the community. they provide meals for eleven hundred home- bound older adults a day.each meal is made fresh and is analyzed by a registered dietitian. many who rely on the service are medicaid dependent.the director of community health and nutrition, sofia mehaffey, explain the impact that these cuts has had on the program. "over the past few years 've en a steady declili inin funding however the cuts in
seniors don't need meals so we still continue to provide them." them."tune in today to the cbs 2 news at noon we'll hear from an area senior who depends on this service. stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. it's now on this morning. morning.right now it's degrees in when we come back, we'll take a look at the three stories you'll need to know on this morning.
patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in. sanderer i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. here are the three stories you need to know to start your tuesday. tuesday.a new poll from likely iowa caucus goers was just released by quinnipiac university this morning.it shows donald trump in firstst place at 31-percent but just with a two percent lead over texas senator ted cruz.this is virtually unchanged from results of a january 11-th poll from quinnipiac. the iowa caucuses are next monday.
the use of solitary confinement as a way to punish juveniles in federal prisons. he says it can cause long-rm psychological effects.the president also wants solitary confinement used only as a last resort to adult offenders, when they become a danger to themselves or others. the new policy is expected to affect around 10-thousand prisoners. another big win for iowa state last night in hilton coliseum. the cyclones beat a second top-5 team in just two weeks, topping g the kansas jayhawks by thirteen points.next, iowa state will face another top ten team on saturday, travelingto texas a-and-m. final weather - doppler radar is mainly clear with a few flurries this
snow-covered roads this morning so be careful..- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly cloudy conditions for the day aheada&- movivi into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we'll have clearing overnighta&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with gusty windsa&- our 7 day you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so people can actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done.
we must never forget the lessons of that experience. isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. it is tuesday, january 26th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." washington still struggles to dig itself out, and a r rh of travelers causes massive gridlock at one
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